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MORTARBOARD INIT19TES
EIGHT NEW MEMBERS1
Mortarboard, national honorary so-
ciety for senior women, held spring
initiation for eight members of the
junior class Sunday morning at the
island.
Following the ceremony, breakfast
was served at the Union to the alum-
nae, old members, and initiates. Mar-
tha ,Guernsey, '19, as toastmistress,
introduced Margaret Reynolds, '17,
who revealed the past of the organi-
zation. Olga Johnson, '21; told of the
present work of Mortarboard, and
welcomed the new members, who re-
sponded through Gertrude Boggs, '22.
DeanMyra B. Jordan spo p of the so-
ciety's position on the campus since
its organization in 1905.
The juniors initiated were: Helen
Bishop, Gertrude Boggs, Edna Groff,
Eleanor Neil, Thekla Roese, Laura.
Snyder, Elizabeth Vickery, and Fran-
ces Weimer..
Collg.xhne
Nevada--A holiday was granted the
freshmen at the /University of Nevada
in order that they might fulfill the an-
nual custom of giving the famous Nev-
ada "N" its spring coat of whitewash.
The "N" is located on the mountains
north of Reno.
Southern California-The honor sys-
tem for examinations will be introduc-
ed in the University of Southern Cali-
fornia for the finals this semester,
plans for the inauguration having
been sanctioned by Pres. George F.
Bovard. The system will not be as
liberal as that in force 'at California
and other institutions, but it will grant
the students increasing freedom from
faculty supervision, according to its
success.

Mortarboard will iheet at 7:30
o'clock Thursday night at the Chi Om-I
ega house.
Junior and senior baseball practice
will be held at 5 o'clock today. This
will be the last practice before the
teams are chosen. .
A party for senior women will held
tomorrow afternoon from 3:30 to 5:30
o'clock in Martha Cook building.
George Rogers orchestra will furnish
music.
An -important rehearsal of the Uni-
versity Girls' Glee club will be held at,
4:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon inl
Barbour gymnasium.
I Rehearsal-of all the cast and chor-
uses of the first act of Senior Girls'
play will be held from 3 to 6 o'clock,
today in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
this includes members of the joy,
devil, and vanity choruses, the whim
and ambition dance as well as fcast
members. All women are to bring
their fee of $2 to Gladys Reineke, '21,
treasurer.
WYVERN SOCIETY
HOLDS INITIATION,

Margaret McIntyre, Laura Mills, Elsa
Oiesen, and Helene Torrey.
After the initiation, the officers for
the coming year were elected by the
new members. Marion'' Koch was
elected president, and Catherine
SUGARBOWL
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BEST LINE iN THE CITY
EVERYTHING
MADE IN ANN ARBOR
LIGHT LUNCUES
ANN ARBOR
SUGAR BOWL
HARVARD UNIVERSITY
rRADUATE SCHOOL OF
BUSINESS AD1INISTRATION

SUPERBLY REAUTIFTL
Add to your own the charm of these
perfectly matched, iridescent, shim-
mering strings of Oriental Pearls.
BUY DIRECT FROM IMPORTER
Saving jobbers and retailers profit.
We place these heavy, lustrous,
glowing ropes of beauty in your hands,,
for yourtown inspection before you
I pay a cent.
SEND NO MONEY
Merely tell us which of the three
shades you desire and the length of
string you would like. We send them
to you by express. You examine them,
and if they please you, pay the ex-
pressman the purchase price. If not,
return them at our expense.
'Three Shades: Cream,' Bose, White

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Just the right gown for every
sion, at the Vogue Shoppj, N
Arcade.-Adv.
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"TeJome of 8nergine

A two-year course in business lead-
ing to the degree of Master of Busi-
ness Administration.
Open to college graduates.
Courses offered in the following
fields: Accounting, Business Law,
Banking and Finance, Marketing, Ad-
vertising, Retail Store Problems, Sales
Management,ndustrial Management,
Labor Problems, Business Statistics,
Foreign Trade,' Transportation, Lum-
bering, Office Organization.
Eleven graduates of the University
of Michigan have attended the School,
two during the present year.[
The registration for 1921-22 is lim-
ited to three hundred in the first-year
courses. Applications after May 1st
should be accompanied by a certified
transcript of the college record.
For information write to
IDean W. B. Donham, University 452
HARVARD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Cambridge, Massachusetts

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Wyvern, junior girls' honorary so-
ciety, initiated the following 11 soph-
omore women to membership Monday.
afternoon at Martha Cook building:
Beatrice Champion, Grace Fry, Cath-
erine Greenough, Lucy Huber, Mary
Ives, Marion Koch, Margaret Kraus,

SEND FOR A STRING TODAY
These pearls are guaranteed to be
genuine mother of pearl, are inde-
structible, are not harmed by per-
spiration or toilet preparations, and
can be washed in warm water. Each
string is supplied with a Sterling sil-
ver clasp and a strong silk cord.
Remember, it costs you nothing
to see them.
ALFRED 1. LEWIS CO., Inc.
Importers
507 Marine Bldg.,
San Francisco, Calif.

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Drug and Prescription Store

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Phone 308

G. Claude Drake. Prop.

IA IFIETHIS
LASSIIE 0COLUMN
GLOAES
ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

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LOST AND FOUND
T-Friday on Ann Arbor road fou
iles from Ypsilanti, a black travel-
g bag. Finder please return to 14'
Summit St, Ypsilanti, or phone
;-'W for $30 reward. 1634
T- Leather covered pocket note
ok and card case at track meet,
turday. Please call 2106-R. Va --
.ble only to owner. 164
T-During initiation of Michigam-
, a'coat containing a fountain pen
near TUnion. Call 1153-J. H. B.'
offman. .162-3
rND-Wallet with keys, etos Loser
ay have same by calling at '720
4th Ave., and paying for this ad.
164-
T-Japanese gold ring with chip
amoid. Initials H. V. Return to
ichigan Union Soda bar. 164-2

T-Tendollar bill on or
ackard St.,. Friday night.
89-W. Reward.

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Call
163-2

WANTED'
WANTED - Summer salesmen for
, house to house work in Michigan.
If you are interested in making some
real money, call Malleaux and Clark
at, 210 S, Thayer St., between 3:00
and 5:00 or 6.30 and 8:00 P.M. 159-21
WANTED - Single room for next,
school year. Must be first class in
region of East U., Forest or Church.
Would like to have shower accom-
modation. Write Box Q. V., Daily.
162-3
WANTED-Men to sell brushes dur-
ing summer. Good money making
proposition. Call Eman, 1268, be-
tween 6:30 and 8:39 evenings or
write 1007 E. J4uron. 148-21
WANTED-To rent a six to nine room
modern house for a year or longer.
Box D, Michigan Daily. 163-2
WANTED-Second hand canoe at once.
Call 1482-M. 164
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-York professional slide
trombone, silver satin finIsh with
gold bell. Practically new. Will
sell at a bargain. 1014 Oakland Ave.
Home afternoons and evenings.
Phone 2666. J. E. West. 164-13
FOR SALE-A man's bicycle, as good
as new. Will sell at a bargain.
1017 Oakland Ave: Home afternoons
and evenings. Phone 2666. J. E.
West. 164-13
FOR SALE-Chevrolet Baby Gr'and
roadster. Electric starter, lights, and
enine in. A-1 condition. Tires good.
Call 344 after 5 o'clock. 16323
FOR SALE- Henderson Motorcycle,
driven 1,500 miles. A-1 condition.
Electrically equipped. 514 E. Lib-
erty St. Phone 865-M. 164-31
MISCELLANEOUS
ATTENTION! 'Good money-making
proposition. Something anyone can
do. No experience necessary. Works
unusually well. Call D. Heetderks,
1170-M between 6:45 and 8 eve-
nings or call at 920 E. Washington.

Ohio State - Four hundred dollars
worth of stock in the co-operative store
has been sold. Almost every organ-
ization has signified its intention to
buy one or more \shares. The Ohio
State Lantern will run the "Co-op
honor roll," giving the names of the
organizations purchasing stock and
the amount of their purchase.
Nevada-The board of regents of
the University of Nevada have decid.
ed to make a tuition charge of $30 for
each semester, beginning this fill,
which will ap'ly only to students com-
ing to the University from outside
states.'
Harvard - Twenty-three men have
signified their desire to go to France
this summer with the American Stu-
dents' reconstruction unit. Each col-
lege section of the reconstruction unit
will be expected to furnish the funds
for the men from that section. The
problem now present, therefore, is to
find some means of raising themoney
for the expenses. Fifty students will
be selected from the various colleges
and will sail June 28.
VISITING CARDS-Order them now.
$2 and up. Wahr's Bookstores.-Adv.
Martha Washington candy, 90c a lb
Fresh every Friday. Tice's, 117 So.
Main St.-Adv.
T RU BE-Y
Home-made Candies'
and Box Candies
Discount on Vex Candies
218 S. MAIN STREET
Phone 166
Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Any Arbor Sayings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $625,000.00
Resources .........6,000,000.00
707 North University Ave.
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
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He had no taste for afternoon tea, but he
sure could push a railroad through a
mountain
And when the daughter of his boss breezed
into camp she soon learned who was her
ngineer.
A non-stop story that speeds through the
West and skirts the edge of a hundred
thrills.
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rND-Lady's watch. Communicate
th Gilbert S. Loomis Motor Co.,
,ckson, Mich. 163-2
7-Loose-leaf leather notebook.'
pester Hess in gold lettering. Call'
30-W. 164-2
T-Small, black rosary on campus
ving-out day. Phone 1700. 164
T - Saturday, pair of glasses.
nder please call 368. 164-2
T-Phi Beta Pi fraternity pin. Call
4 for Price. 162-4
FOR RENT
RENT-To a club of men, a furn-
ied house close to campus. Will
rnish board. Call at my restaur-
t, 615 E. Liberty St. Ralph .
rezey. - 164-3
RENT-Housekeeping apartment..
vo large rooms, ground floor, near

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Adapted from "The Daughter of a Magnate," by Frank H. Spearman
Scenario by Eugene Lewis Directed by Feank Urson
ADDED MACK SENNETT COMEDY:
"WEDDING BELLS OUT OF TUNE" AND "HIS BITTER HALF"
WALLY REID MATINEES DAILY - ARCADE ORCHESTRA
STARTING TODAY AND BALANCE OF WEEK

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